Kitten Pictures {2017}

Our family has had cats since the time I was four. We had an enormous problem with rats eating the chicken feed and someone told us we should get a mama cat. So we did, or, two mama cats that is, and two kittens.

I absolutely love cats. They’re my little buddies that shadow me around. As a fact, I’ve been dubbed “the cat girl” by some people. Continue reading “Kitten Pictures {2017}”

Little James and the Model Doll

My sister and I were doing some much needed fall cleaning in our bedroom, when my sister found my favorite doll. She is life sized, and just about as realistic looking as you’ll get with a doll. When I was young, she was my baby! As I contemplated sending her up to the attic, a sudden thought hit me; Why not draw a picture of her?

In the end, I used her as a model and drew a little black boy. While I was drawing, the name James, appeared in my head out of nowhere and stuck. Funny, ’cause I don’t normally like the name James (no offense meant to anybody with that name!).

If you know me, you might know that I love drawing little kiddos! Out of all the pictures of family, friends, and other “random” people that I’ve drawn in the past year, four of them were little boys (with another next in line to draw!)! 🙂 Hmm, maybe it’s time I find some girls?!

“James” 9″x12″ Bristol Board


I adore little kiddos and their adorable little grins. Having drawn several already, I wanted another one to draw. So after much looking on several picture websites, I found this little cutie sitting in a large pot. 🙂 The look of innocence and cheer written all across his face, captured my heart.

Since he, in actuality, is just some random kiddo out there and his name is anybody’s guess, I wanted to make him a little more personal and special and give him a name my self. Jonathan, is what I quickly decided on since that is my favorite boy’s name.

After 10 1/2 hours, I proclaimed the picture complete. And no, I did not draw for ten and half hours straight! I’m not sure that anyone could do that and still claim to be sane. Generally, my drawing segments are about 1 to 1 1/2 hours long. Then it is time for me to get up and stretch and think about something else for a little while!

“Jonathan” 9″ x 12″ Bristol Board